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Bits and Pieces 03.04.21

Sag Cinema's filmmaker talks continue, HIFF opens submissions process, a talk about women's migration, and workshops at Watermill Center

Mar 4, 2021
Speaking of Art

Art, race, and politics, and an award-winning novel about restitution and faith are the subjects of two upcoming presentations from Guild Hall.

Mar 4, 2021
The Art Scene 03.04.21

Parrish Pairings bring a new twist and influential voices to the discussion table, and more.

Mar 4, 2021
Return of the Members Show

In one of the East End art world's most consistent and democratic traditions, Guild Hall will hold its 83rd Artist Members Exhibition beginning Saturday.

Mar 4, 2021
Closing Time for Wallace Gallery

After spending more than 25 years offering art lovers a chance to purchase a piece of East End history, Terry Wallace, the owner of the Wallace Gallery of American Art in East Hampton, will close up shop on Monday.

Feb 25, 2021
Into the Woods at Duck Creek

Called "No Fillings for a Copper Plate," Ryan Kitson's installation at the Arts Center at Duck Creek consists of several copper plates riddled with multiple holes made by bullets entering and exiting through either side.

Feb 25, 2021
A Guild Hall Artist Resident's Reflections on Gratitude

Jackson Gay will share her new project, “Endless Loop of Gratitude,” during a virtual presentation by Guild Hall on Friday. Guild Hall has also opened its application process for community artists in residence, strictly for artists who live in the 119 ZIP codes.

Feb 25, 2021
The Art Scene 02.25.21

South Fork dealers have opened new shows in New York City, exhibitions open at Skarstedt here and in the city, new virtual offerings, and more.

Feb 25, 2021
Bits and Pieces 02.25.21

Outlaw country on film, the intricacies of East meeting West in textile design, and more

Feb 25, 2021
Black Voices Weave a 400-Year-Old Mosaic

Reggie D. White turned to lesser-known speeches and interviews and writings of 20 people ranging from James Baldwin to Stokely Carmichael to Angela Davis as inspiration for "In Case You Hadn't Heard: A Conversation Between America's Past and Its Promise." It will have its world premiere via Bay Street and Zoom on Monday.

Feb 18, 2021
Reclaiming Philip Guston

Clintel Steed is one of more than 2,000 artists who have pushed back on the extended delay of the museum show "Philip Guston Now." His new series "Behind the Hood," on view at the Mark Borghi gallery in Sag Harbor, presents his own take on the subject matter.

Feb 18, 2021
The Church Is in Session in Sag Harbor

At The Church in Sag Harbor, where Eric Fischl and April Gornik have transformed an old church into a multidisciplinary arts space with residencies, two projects have been progressing this month.

Feb 18, 2021